A few months ago, it was revealed that Samsung is adding an Ultra model to the Galaxy Book 3 lineup of laptops. Although a bit blurry, the leaked press render revealed a MacBook Pro-like design on the inside. Today, we get to see the design of the laptop from the top view.
Samsung seems to have received a regulatory KC certification for the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra (model number NT960XFH), revealing some of its design through a live image. The image was posted by tipster Sleep Kuma (@Kuma_Sleepy), showcasing the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra in its grey avatar. The device may also be launched in other color variants, like last year’s Galaxy Book 2 Pro lineup. The device is lighter than the MacBook Pro.
The Galaxy Book 3 Ultra is reportedly the company’s top-of-the-line notebook that can go head-to-head with Apple’s MacBook Pro 16-inch. It reportedly features a 16-inch 2.8K OLED display, a 13th Gen Intel Core series processor, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, and Windows 11 (with One UI Book 4 enhancements). Nothing else is known about the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, but we will know more details on February 1.
Samsung will also launch other models in the lineup, including the Galaxy Book 3, Galaxy Book 3 360, Galaxy Book 3 Pro, and Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360. The South Korean firm could also launch the Galaxy Book 2 Go (already available in South Korea) during the same event.